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May 27, 2016 9:00pm PDT
," transgender star laverne cox is telling her story. did you ever worry that your mom didn't love you? that's exactly what i worried about. i, um... megyn... also, it's been nearly two decades since o.j.'s first defense lawyer, robert shapiro, has spoken. moments after the verdict, o.j. simpson leaned over and whispered something in your ear. what did he say? do you believe that the killer has never faced trial? and why can't michael douglas ever catch a break with the tabloids? well, i was thinking when i heard that you had three months to live and you were sitting for this interview for me that maybe i was on your bucket list. (laughs) i'm honored. tick-tock. (laughs) ♪ let's just dive right in. it's been over nine months since the first republican presidential debate, and an electric exchange between yours truly and donald trump. what happened between us then-- and after-- would make headlines around the globe. for those nine long months, he and i did not speak. nor did i ever respond to his attacks. tonight, for the first time, i'll ask him about that... and about his seemingly unstoppa
Jul 26, 2017 12:00pm PDT
quote allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the u.s. military. our military must be focused on decisive and overwhelming victory and cannot be burdened with a tremendous medical cost and disruption of the transgender in the military
the and theip interest -- executive director for the national center of transgender equality joining us for the trump administrations reversal of obama era bathroom protections. then, u.s. russia relations under the trump administration. watch "washington journal" live at 7 p.m. eastern -- 7 a.m. eastern c-span. tomorrow, remarks from president donald trump at the cpac conference. that is at 10 a.m. eastern. we heard from him earlier at the white house. he met with ceos of manufacturing companies to discuss jobs, deregulation, and trade. this is about 15 minutes. president trump: thank you very much. it's a great honor to have everybody. some of the great people in the world of business, many of you i know, many of you i know from reading all of our wonderful magazines and business magazines in particular. it is an honor to have you with us today. bringing manufacturing back to america, creating high wage jobs, was one of our campaign promises and themes. it resonated with everybody. it was really something what happened. one in that hadn't been w many years, they came to our fold. a
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May 12, 2016 7:01pm PDT
sweeping decree for transgender students. "the new york times" reports the administration wants every public school district in the country to allow transgender students to use the bathrooms that match their gender itemty. a letter will go out tomorrow asking schools to ensure that no student is discriminated against. it does not have the force of law, but reportedly warns schools they could face lawsuits or loss of federal aide if they fail to comply. >>> the capture of ten american sailors cost a top naval leader his job. the service has lost confidence. his ship was pralg the gulf when it veered off course wand was seized by iranian forces. the men were held and then released unarmed. now back to hannity. >>> welcome back. we continue now with republican presidential candidate donald trump. you're winning by four in ohio, you're even in pennsylvania and florida. how do you interpret that poll? >> i think really good. we have to win florida. i think i'll win florida. i won florida against marco by massive number. we had a 20% victory and pennsylvania we won massively and we will win
Apr 21, 2016 8:09am EDT
economic punishment that they're taking. >> do you have any transgender people working in your organization? >> i don't know. >> no? >> i really don't know. >> if caitlyn jenner were to walk into trump tower and wanted to use the bathroom, you would be fine with her using any bathroom she chooses? >> that is correct. >> different issue -- >> you know, there's a big move to create new bathrooms. problem with that is for transgender, that would be -- first of all, i think that would be discriminatory in a certain way. that would be unbelievably expensive for businesses in the country. leave it the way it is. >> let's talk about abortion, another potent issue. the republican platform, every four years, has a provision that states that the right of the unborn child shall not be infringed. it makes no exceptions for rape, incest, for the life of the mother. would you want to change the republican platform to include the exceptions that you have? >> yes, i would. yes, i would. absolutely. for the three exceptions. i would. >> do you have an exception for the health of the mother? >>
FOX News
May 13, 2016 4:33am PDT
, the obama administration is allowing the transgender students to choose their bathrooms and if the schools are not on board they could face federal funding and face lawsuits. >> it's become a huge story and everybody has to be protected. if it's one person, but it's a tiny, tiny portion of the population. and it's become a massive story. i think there should be a state's issue and as many other things should be by the way. and the state should decide. >> do you think boys the way their gender, they should use the bathroom of the gender they were born with -- >> right now, it's a new issue. right now i don't have an opinion. but what i would like to do is i would like to see the states make that decision. >> lastly, donald trump, everyone talks about what the lawmakers said to you. what did you say to them and where do you think the -- what issue do you have to go the furtherest to come together on? >> i'll tell you, it really was a good meeting yesterday with paul ryan and the group. we had a group of really terrific and very well known congressmen and woman. we had a terrific meet
personal experiences in the fight for marriage equality, transgender rights. a couple that led to the legalization of same-sex marriage in california are among those taking part. >> welcome to our fifth annual lbgt forum. this is a special one for us. we're doing a number of wonderful things, celebrating our fifth year of our program and i'll tell you about the program in a moment. not the least of which is this incredibly powerhouse panel we've put together on a topic that's fairly urgent right now. if
FOX News
Oct 3, 2016 8:01am PDT
changes to regulations with regard to women in combat, transgender rights and other issues. none of these pc actions were combat effective or readiness driven. in fact, the opposite is happening, deployability, readiness and morale are all affected. so my question to you is, what would you do about the social engineer and political correctness that's been imposed upon our military? >> well, we are going to get away from political correctness and we are going to have to do that. [cheers and applause] >> like the whole concept of profiling, you know, i mentioned the profiling, profiling, well, profiling is, you know, in israel they're doing it and they're doing it well and we may have to do that and we may have to do other things but you're right, we have a politically correct military and is getting more and more politically correct every day and a lot of the great people in this room don't even understand how it's possible to do that. and that's through intelligence, not through ignorance, believe me, some of the things they're asking you to do and be politically correct about are ridicul
Aug 10, 2017 7:05pm EDT
. >> why did you decide to announce the transgender man and are you betraying a community? mr. trump: i have great respect for that community. i got a lot of votes. they are working on it now. it has been a difficult situation. i think i am doing a lot of people a favor by coming out and just saying, as you know, it has been a complicated issue for the military. it has been a confusing issue for the military, and i think i am doing the military a great favor. any response to the russian president expelling 755 workers from our embassy? mr. trump: no, i want to thank him. we are trying to cut down on payroll, and i very thankful he has let go of a large number of people. now we have a smaller payroll. there is no real reason for him to go back. i greatly appreciate the fact they have been able to cut our payroll for the united states. we will save a lot of money. >> was it appropriate for the fbi to raid the home of paul manafort? mr. trump: i thought it was a very, very strong signal, or whatever. i know mr. metaphor -- i haven't spoken to him in a long time, but i know him. with the
FOX News
Apr 21, 2016 10:03pm PDT
. i wanted to give you a chance to explain your position on that as it relates to transgenders picking which bathroom they can't to go. i can't believe i'm asking the question but i'm asking. >> it's a small number, but we have to take care of everybody. north carolina which is a great place and i love north carolina and they have a law and it's a law that unfortunately causing them some problems and i fully understand that they want to go through, but they are losing business and they are having people come out against. with me i look at it differently, a community is really -- they should be involved. we have so many big issues to be thinking about. we have isis to worry about. we have bringing trade back. we have rebuilding military. but i think this, i think that local communities and states should make the decision and i feel very strongly about that. the federal government should not be involved. >> let the state decide what local community decide kind of like your position on education, give it back to the states. >> yeah, let them decide. absolutely. >> i have asked you many ti
Sep 24, 2015 4:01am PDT
in washington, d.c. an openly gay episcopal bishop, transgender activist, a nun who is an activist. let me play to you what mike huckabee said about questioning president obama's faith. >> i'm also concerned about a guy that believes he's a christian and pretends to be and then says he is but then does things that makes it very difficult for people to practice their christian faith. i'm disappointed if a person says i'm a christian, but you invite the pope into your home, and then you invite a whole bunch of people who are at odds with the catholic church policy." >> what do you think about those statements? >> well, you know, i'm very -- i'm doing very well with evangelicals. and i spend a lot of time with evangelicals. i must tell you, many evangelicals feel the way mike do. many do. they feel that president obama has not been good with christianity. he's stopping religious freedom to an extent. they feel very hurt by the president. maybe that's the best word, or disappointed by the president, having to do with christianity. mike is expressing himself. i see that when i'm out on
Dec 28, 2016 4:53am EST
not have to be involved in transgender care. you do not have to be involved in assisted reproduction for same-sex couples, or single individuals who are lgbt. and the second one is arguably even more worrisome, protecting human life from conception. this is a statement of personhood, and what a long-term strategy of the antiabortion movement for many years has been, not simply to overturn roe, but to establish the fact that a fetus has the legal status of a person. this would obviously not only wreak havoc -- it would make abortion obviously, illegal. if a fetus is a person, you can't murder a person. it would also make various forms of contraception illegal. it would also make all kinds of stuff more problematic. this will not happen right away, although the person who has campaign, which has up to now failed in the state -- we have one way of getting there. it would be a constitutional amendment, which is not easy, but we know it would take 2/3 of the state. we now have 33 republican governors. so, this is something to worry about. but the main thing that has happened
Jan 2, 2017 11:33am EST
transgender care. you do not have to be involved in assisted reproduction for same-sex couples or single theviduals who are lgbt second one is arguably more worrisome, protecting human life from conception. this is really a statement of personhood. theng-term strategy of antiabortion movement for many years has been not simply to overturn roe, but to establish the fact that a fetus has a legal status of a person. this would obviously not only -- make abortions obviously illegal. if the fetus is a person, you can't murder of person. it would also take various forms of contraception and make them illegal. all kinds of make stuff much more problematic. this will not happen right away. although the personhood campaigns, which have up until now failed, we now have one way of getting there, it would be a constitutional amendment, which is not easy, but we know that it would take two thirds of the states. we now have 33 republican governors. this is something to worry about. happenedthing that has after the election, where we can see that trump has taken very seriously his commitment to
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Jan 18, 2017 3:00am PST
manning now she is known as chelsea manning, the transgender ex-army intel analyst sentenced to the 35 years in leavenworth. brian: he is getting out in may. steve: looks like it, after seven years. a lot of people are saying it is completely inappropriate. that man, woman is a traitor. he. ainsley: mike baker was on "fox & friends first" this morning saying this guy she i should say now is responsible for the death of individuals by leaking information about our military, other countries get that information and people have died as a result. brian: our reputation as an army because of this clown released information, top secret information because he weighs depressed while serving downloads in iraq and afghanistan war logs and got half baked video out there that made it look like our guys were out there indiscriminately killing iraqis and afghanys and got people in jeopardy. and when our informants in afghanistan in particular had their identities outed, there was a mass killing spree by the taliban inside afghanistan. this was an outrage it began in 2010 it was exposed. it was headed
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Aug 6, 2015 5:50pm PDT
prepare for a moment when it is welcoming transgender persons to serve openly. as commander in chief, how would you handle that? >> the military is not a social experiment. the purpose of the military is kill people and break things. it is not to transform the culture by trying out some ideas that some people think would make us a different country and more diverse. the purpose is to protect america. i'm not sure how paying for transgender surgery for soldiers sailors, airmen and marines makes our country safer. we've reduced the military by 25% under president obama. the disaster is that we have forgotten why we have a military. the purpose of it is to make sure that we protect every american wherever that american is and if america is calling out for help, in benghazi or at the border then we ought to be able to answer it. we've not done that because we decimated our military. we're flying b-52s, the most recent put in service was november of 1962. a lot of them flying we've only got 44 in service, combat ready. the fact is most are older than me. and that's pretty scary. >> senato
Mar 30, 2016 8:00pm PDT
people of the transgender community? >> i would say that i'm going to go by the laws of the courts, and the courts -- it's really up in flex right now. but i'll go by the laws. >> next question, go ahead. >> hi. >> hi, mr. trump. i'm wondering what your plan is for addressing rising college tuition costs and student loan debt. would you support something as aggressive as student loan forgiveness? >> i get this question more than any other question when i'm with young college students. they are absolutely up to their neck in debt and they can't get jobs when they graduate, even if they're good students in many cases and they don't know what to do. we're going do work on a plan where it's going to be extensions, very low interest. we're going to work on it, something has to be done. chris, i get that question more than any other question, what are we going to do about student debt. it's an enormous problem in this cun. the biggest part of the problem is, they graduate from college, good colleges and they can't get jobs. we're going to work on it. >> yeah. >> my name is elena, i'm a retire
Oct 13, 2016 12:00pm EDT
.. congratulations, mr. cooper. >> moderator: most famous transgender person in the world is caitlyn gender. what the bathroom can she legally use in charlotte. i will get you to answer this and you answer this mr. mccrory and mr. cooper. >> was it me first? >> moderator: yes, sir. >> this is the problem, chuck, we shouldn't be getting involved in these issues. house bill 2 is exactly what it does. it gets us involved in these issues and we should not. because, not only is it hurting our economy, but it is embarrassing our state. the governor just admitted it earlier. they didn't have to do this. they you should not have done it. there are cities all over this country that have these kinds of ordinances. you should trust local governments to make these decisions.on >> not the city of houston. not the city of houston where the voters rejected it by 61% of the vote and where most recentbb ncaa basketball championship was played with no objection by you or barack obama or anyone else. i will say this, where she should go in the private sector, wherever the private sector wants her too.
May 13, 2016 7:13am EDT
another topic, the president this morning directed all public schools to allow transgender students to use the public restroom that matches their gender identity. is this something you agree with? >> i'd leave that up to the states. that and other things, frankly. let the states decide. it's much better as a local issue. i don't think it is a federal issue, where the federal government gets involved. i see what is happening. it's a big situation. you know what? everybody has to be protected. i feel strongly about that. you're talking about a tiny, tiny group of the population. with that being said, everybody has to be protected. i would leave it up to the states. >> let me end on something quickly, mr. trump. we had former vice president dan quayle on the show and asked who you should consider as a running mate. he said, senator rob portman of ohio. is he on your short list? >> i was with him yesterday in the group. we were with the whole group of senators. frankly, it was great. we had a tremendous talk. i had a great talk with rob. a great talk with all of them. many of them supporte
FOX News
May 23, 2016 5:03pm PDT
kirsten powers about transgendered orders from the white house, which would basically put people who are transitioning from one sex to the another and haven't done it biologically yet in a locker room is so you would have little girl, 8 to 11 or 12 with a boy who wants to be a girl in the same shower conceivably. that could happen. and, an acharlotte observer editorialized what happened recently that's fine, we need to get over that afs little preturned by that editorial. what say you. >> it's not fine. i would generally speaking leaving leave it to the states to decide. you know, obama is getting into a very tricky territory. amazing thing is so many people are talking about this now and we have to protect everybody, even if it's one personal. but this is such a tiny part of our population. now, with that being said, protect everybody, but i would really leave it up to the states in this case. >> in your facilities, in your hotels, do you have separate facilities for transgendered? are you going to put those in? >> no, we don't. no, we don't have that. >> are you going to put them in? >
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